Males suffer a horrific rate of psychological
abuse in Feminist countries, because:
the Feminist establishment concentrates on brainwashing the
population, by implying that males are responsible for almost
everything bad that happens in society.
The Truth About Sexual Abuse
The article Violence and Sexual Coercion in High School Students'
Dating Relationships (S.M. Jackson, F. Cram & F.W. Seymour,
Journal of Family Violence, Vol. 15, No. 1, 2000, 23-36,
p. 29) found that:
"Overall, 130 female students (76.9%) and 91 male students
(67.4%) reported they had experienced one or more incidents
of unwanted sexual activity."
Women have much more opportunity to commit
child abuse than men have. Women are alone with children much
more than men are -- yet the Feminists stir up public hysteria about
sexual abuse by men!
The course "Human
Sexuality" states as follows:
While female pedophiles are considered to be rare, discrepancies
between the numbers of male and female offenders are tied to sexual
stereotypes. Masculinity connotes sexual qualities, while femininity
connotes maternal qualities and nurturance. When a female pets
a child, she is nurturing. When a male pets a child, he is molesting.
The majority of men who have had sexual contact with a woman when
they were boys viewed it positively rather than negatively. Consequently,
these acts were probably unreported. In one study, 16% of college
males and 46% of prisoners reported having had sexual contact
with older females, and half of the encounters involved intercourse.
Mean age of males at the time of sexual contact was 12 years,
and the females with whom they were involved were aged 20-30 years.
Researchers have found (a)parallel in sexual arousal during
intercourse, birth and breastfeeding.
A seldom-studied hormone, oxytocin--which we label the caregiving
hormone--flows in a woman's body during all three stages. In
intercourse, this hormone's release is triggered by orgasm;
in labor, by the onset of contractions; and in breastfeeding,
by each letdown of milk."
In New Zealand, the Crimes Act 1961 was amended in 2004 to make
sexual abuse by females a crime -- previously, it had not been a crime,
so it is not surprising that it did not crop up in the media! This
(previous) double standard and chivalry towards women is similar to
what happened in 19th Century Britain, where Queen Victoria blocked
the passing of a law which would have criminalised lesbianism -- because
she could not believe it existed! According to the article Skimmington
Revisited (M.J. George, The Journal of Men's Studies,
Vol. 10, No. 2, Winter 2002, 111-127) there were times in history
when men were punished for being victims of their
wives' violence! This mentality does not seem to have completely disappeared,
and discussions of sex-war issues should take this into account.
In Domestic Violence, Gender, and Perceptions of Justice,
an experimental study of people's reactions to identical hypothetical
scenarios of male, as compared to female domestic violence, N. T.
Feather (Sex Roles, Vol. 35, Nos. 7/8, 1996) found that:
"Participants were more negative to the husband than to the
wife in regard to responsibility for the offense, deservingness
of the penalty, seriousness of the offense, perceived harshness
of the penalty, reported positive affect, and reported sympathy."
That 2004 amendment to the Crimes Act in New Zealand -- despite
treating male and female sex crimes equally, for once, still
retained the word "Rape" for the male-on-female version!
So, why would it do that? Well, it was obviously because of all the
emotional mileage that the Feminists could still make by throwing
around the scare-word "Rape"! They could use the word "Rape"
to frame debates and to name their organisations, such as "Rape
Crisis." They could keep talking about "Rape",
and men could never claim that they had been raped, because, legally,
the word only applied to female victims! This takes advantage of the
The article Sexual Arousal and Arousability to Pedophilic Stimuli
in a Community Sample of Normal Men (G. C. Nagayama Hall, R.
Hirschman, & L. L. Oliver, Behavior Therapy 26, 681-694,
1995) found that
"Over 1/4 of the current subjects self-reported pedophilic
interest or exhibited penile arousal to pedophilic stimuli that
equalled or exceeded arousal to adult stimuli."
Since the Feminists were the ones who brought so much attention
to the issue of sexual abuse, and use it to attack the Catholic
since women have much more opportunity than men to commit child
since women derive sexual pleasure from breastfeeding, and
since pedophilic arousal seems to be such a common phenomenon
amongst men (and probably women, too),
there is a case for rethinking the whole
issue of sexual abuse of children.
Society has always been biased against men,
and Feminism has been working hard to increase that bias!
It is not for nothing that I call many Feminists
"Feminazis"! Goebbels is alive and well, but she has become
Psychology is a Female-dominated and Feminist-dominated area,
and Psychologists know how to brainwash people without telling straight
The Availability Heuristic causes
people to "judge frequency by assessing whether relevant
examples can be easily retrieved from memory or whether this memory
retrieval requires great effort" (M.W. Maitland, 2005. Cognition
(6th ed.) Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, p. 422). So Feminists do not actually
have to claim that most perpetrators of sex abuse or domestic
violence (etc.) are male -- all they really have to do is
keep publicising examples where men are the perpetrators, and
few or no examples where women are the perpetrators. This is what
Feminists do now. The result is that examples of male perpetrators
come to mind much more easily than examples of female perpetrators,
and so people believe firmly that most such perpetrators are male.
"The Framing Effect demonstrates
that the outcome of a decision can be influenced by two factors:
(1) the background context of the choice and (2) the way in which
a question is worded (or framed)." (Maitland 2005, p. 434).
Since the Feminists largely control the sex-war agenda through
their personnel in the media, education system, United Nations,
and elsewhere, and through wholely Feminist institutions such
as Women's Studies Departments and Ministries of Womens' Affairs,
etc., they are in a position to dictate the framing of most sex
war-relevant issues and bias the debate.